Table Tennis England’s Marketing Officer, Julie Snowdon, explains how a public ping pong project tackles inactivity by bringing the game into places people are already spending time.Published 18 January 2018 Julie Snowdon
Governance in sport was a hot topic in 2017, not least because of the launch and implementation of Sport England and UK Sport’s A Code for Sports Governance and the re-launch of the Alliance’s Principles of Good Governance for Sport and Recreation.
Whilst we don’t expect governance to be any less important in 2018, we do think there will be some new areas of focus. The Alliance’s Governance Manager, Rob Tate, highlights the three areas he thinks will be increasingly important moving forward.
A Member of Parliament recently decided to quit his role as a football referee to dedicate his full attention to his position in Westminster. Thea Rogerson, Press and PR Officer at the Alliance, weighs up the social and wellbeing benefits of balancing sport and recreation as a part of our busy working lives.Published 20 November 2017 Thea Rogerson
Seamus Gillen, Founder and Director of Value Alpha, an advisory firm focused on the links between governance and performance, explains why he believes sport and recreation boards operate differently to other sectors.Published 07 November 2017 Seamus Gillen